Israeli distributor Hop! Channel renewed the home video rights to Greenlight Media’s hit series SimsalaGrimm (this I and 2) for an additional two years.
The managing directors of Greenlight Media, Nikolaus Weil and Stefan Beiten, reached a deal with ORF for the sale of the TV rights to seasons I and II of the animated series SimsalaGrimm for a term of four years.
The Greenlight Media animated series achieved a total market share of almost 40% for the target group of 3- to 13-year-olds when it aired in September and October 2011. According to AGF/GfK Television Research the 26 episodes of the first season were watched by 530,000 viewers, representing a 39.6% market share; the second season did even better,…
According to TV Scope of AGF/GfK Television Research, season II of the successful animated series SimsalaGrimm, a Greenlight Media production, achieved a total market share of 29% among the target group of 3- to 13-year-olds when the series was aired on the children’s channel KiKa in December 2010. Source: AGF/GfK Television Research, TV Scope
The German channel ARD and the children’s channel KiKa started airing weekly episodes of the adventures of SimsalaGrimmfairy tale heroes Yoyo and Doc Croc (a production by Greenlight Media) on December 6, 2010.
Greenlight Media reported the sale of free TV and home video rights to SimsalaGrimm seasons I and II to the distributor Unison in Albania for a total term of two years.
The licensing business of Greenlight Media’s box office hit documentary Deep Blue, produced in 2004 in cooperation with BBC Worldwide, continues to be very successful. Only recently producers Nikolaus Weil and Stefan Beiten signed an agreement with the Swedish entertainment company Suntower Communications, selling the video and TV rights to Deep Blue for the next five years.
Greenlight Media sold the video rights to its box office hit Deep Blue to the largest South African film distributor and movie theater operator Ster Kinekor until the year 2017. Previously, the film giant had already acquired the rights to the sequel production Earth.
At the International Film Festival in Berlin Greenlight Media managing directors Nikolaus Weil and Stefan Beiten sold the film rights to Deep Blue to Cinema Jenin, managed by successful director Marcus Vetter, until year 2016. “Movies for peace” – this is the claim made by the initiative Cinema Jenin. With help from numerous public and private…
Iceland distributor Myndform Ehf acquired licenses from Greenlight Media for the distribution of Deep Blue through movie theaters, video and television over the next eight years. Originally a manufacturer of video copies, the company is now one of the three largest film distributors in Iceland, after Samfilm and Sena.